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Travel Blogs from Kyongju
... temple back towards the stone pagoda in the field I had passed were the stone remains of another ancient palace.
Crossing the river and heading north were more royal tomb complexes. The place I was trying to get to was Gulbusa not far away.
... lower flat areas. A number of very important figures in Korean early history were born in this village.
While the village is open to visitors, the homes are inhabited (still is by some members of the clans) and it is not really a commercial venture like the village in Seoul. Of course the existing homes are now equipped with modern facilities but, as visitors, you only see the exterior anyway, and that has been kept in the ...
We decided to get down to Gyeongju, which meant two bus rides from Samcheok. Korean buses are great for travelling. The intercity buses generally are only three seats wide (two on one side, single seats on the other). The seats are like business class seats on a plane, and they recline too. Add to this the very good highways in Korea and you have a very comfortable and cheap travelling option.
... mold. Therefore, we were only able to see the statue through glass as they have had to install mechanical devices to control the temperature of the grotto. And we could take no pictures. It was a very pretty location high up in the hills and a beautiful walk to the grotto. Plus, we got to pay 1,000 won ($1) to ring the gong and the base of the grotto!
My second trip to Gyeongju was very enjoyable and a great way to spend the weekend and see the cherry blossoms. ...
... to Gyeongju Guesthouse. After check in, I sightseeing near guesthouse area.